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'Survivor: One World Preview': Meet The Villain (VIDEO)


First Posted: 01/30/2012 8:38 am Updated: 01/30/2012 9:26 am

Incredible as it seems, Season 24 of "Survivor" will be hitting television screens on February 15th. On "Survivor: One World Preview" (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on TV Guide), host Jeff Probst gave a sneak peek of what's coming, and introduced the guy he said is the next "Survivor" villain.

This season will see a return to the "Battle Of The Sexes" format, with men pitted against women. As Probst showed, one of the men wasn't afraid to play Mr. Nasty right from the beginning.

On arrival at the campsite, both tribes were given 60 seconds to grab as many supplies and utensils as they could. The women were fast out of the blocks and grabbed a lot of stuff. Mike spent his 60 seconds calmly raiding their stash and taking all their stuff for the men's tribe. By the time the women realized what had happened, all they had left were some bananas.

Mike cheerfully admitted that while he comes across as a nice guy in normal life -- as a banker -- he really isn't. "I get away with a lot of stuff and that's perfect for this game. ... I will back-stab anybody!" he bragged.

"Survivor: One World" premieres on Wednesday, February 15 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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